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‘No bleeding and riots, keep the peace’, says Chow

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by Mildred Cheung


The founder of “Silent Majority for Hong Kong” opposes the proposed Occupy Central movement in 2014, in the hope to keep the city in peace.

‘I am just requesting Tai (Benny Tai Yiu-ting, the founder of “Occupy Central”) not to get Hong Kong into a mess,’ Robert Chow Yung said. ‘I am not going to stop you but I have to ensure other citizens are safe.’


Occupy Central is organized by Benny Tai Yiu-ting, an Associate Professor of Law in University of Hong Kong. The campaign was established in March 27. Tai urges for a promise from Central government in the coming elections, including 2017 Chief Executives election and 2020 Legislative Council Election, which suit the universal suffrage. He regards the movement as civil disobedience.


‘I was not afraid of it (Occupy Central) at the beginning, but later on, they wrote so many articles that related to Occupy Central,’ Chow continues, ‘…it becomes real that I have to do something, so I formed “Silent Majority for Hong Kong” with people who have the same mindset as me at June.’ Chasing for democracy is not a piece of cake, it always go along with riots and bleeding. ‘We are not Syria and India. Why don’t we ask for democracy in a peaceful way?’


Chow is not willing to see Central being paralyzed. ‘Imagine there is no police in other district, what will happen? There must be robbery,’ Chow stated, ‘I believe Tai does not want to see it, but he ignore the consequence before he acts!’

--115027 2013年9月24日 (二) 18:43 (UTC)
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